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Motherhood So White

by Nefertiti Austin; read by Allyson Johnson

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In this unflinching account of her parenting journey, Nefertiti Austin examines the history of adoption in the African American community, faces off against stereotypes of single, black motherhood, and confronts the reality of raising children of color in racially charged, modern-day America. Learn More
Murder at the Capitol

by C. M. Gleason; read by James Anderson Foster

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In July 1861, just months after the Battle of Fort Sumter plunges the young nation into civil war, President Lincoln's top priority is to unite the country, while Adam Quinn finds himself on the trail of a murderer. Learn More
My Brothers' Keeper

by Gloria Reuben; read by Gloria Reuben

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My Brothers' Keeper carries the listener through a deeply personal and intimate journey, as Gloria Reuben explores her love of the life she shared with her brothers, as well as the myriad of emotions and experiences after their sudden deaths. Learn More
Night Theater

by Vikram Paralkar; read by Raj Ghatak

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Indie Next List

Encompassing social criticism and magically unreal drama, Night Theater is a first novel as satisfying for its existential inquiry as for its enthralling story of a skeptical physician who arrives at a greater understanding of life's miracles. Learn More
No Encore!

by Drew Fortune; read by Peter Berkrot

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Featuring never-before-told stories, No Encore! takes you on tour with over sixty iconic musicians as they relive their weirdest, wildest, most embarrassing gigs. Learn More
The Off-Islander

by Peter Colt; read by Keith Sellon-Wright

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In Peter Colt's gritty, gripping new series set along the New England coast, a Boston-born Vietnam veteran and P.I. is hired to find a missing father—but may find far more than he bargained for . . . Learn More
Opioid, Indiana

by Brian Allen Carr; read by Shawn Compton

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2020 Aspen Words Literary Prize Longlist

With amazing directness and insight, Brian Allen Carr explores what it's like to be a high school kid in in the age of Trump, a time of economic inequality, addiction, confederate flags, and mass shootings. A work of empathy and insight, Opioid, Indiana pierces to the heart of our moment through an unforgettable protagonist. Learn More
Ordinary Girls

by Jaquira Diaz; read by Almarie Guerra

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Indie Next List
Oprah Magazine's 33 Must-Read Books of Fall 2019

A fierce, beautiful, and unflinching memoir from a wildly talented debut author. Learn More
Oxford Handbook of IPOs

by Sofia A. Johan; read by Mike Chamberlain

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This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of why companies list on stock exchanges, how IPOs are regulated, initially valued, and their performance in the short and long run. Learn More
The Palestinian Delusion

by Robert Spencer

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Every negotiated settlement between the State of Israel and its Palestinian adversaries has failed to establish a stable and lasting peace. This is the history of what was attempted, why those failures were inevitable, and what must be done instead. Learn More
The Physics of Superheroes

by James Kakalios; Foreword by Lawrence M. Krauss; read by Kevin T. Collins

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A complete update to the hit book on the real physics at work in comic books, featuring more heroes, more villains, and more science. Learn More
Picnic Comma Lightning

by Laurence Scott; read by Laurence Scott

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What does it mean to be human in the twenty-first century? In this innovative examination of our present reality, award-winning writer Laurence Scott charts the ways our traditional mental models of the world have started to fray. Learn More
Pity the Reader

by Suzanne McConnell & Kurt Vonnegut; read by Karen White

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The art and craft of writing by one of the few grandmasters of American literature, a bonanza for writers and readers written by Kurt Vonnegut's former student. Learn More
The Plague of War

by Jennifer T. Roberts; read by Anne Flosnik

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A fast-paced narrative of one of antiquity's most famous clashes, The Plague of War is a must-listen for history enthusiasts of all ages. Learn More
Playing Dead

by Monique Faison Ross, with Gary M. Krebs; read by Janina Edwards

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Monique Faison Ross presents her must-listen memoir Playing Dead. Learn More
Playing God

by Anthony Youn, MD with Alan Eisenstock; read by Kyle Tait

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In this thrilling and moving memoir, Dr. Anthony Youn reveals that the true metamorphosis from student to doctor occurs not in medical school but in the formative years of residency training and early practice. Learn More
The Politics of Pain

by Fintan O'Toole; read by Bruce Mann

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From one of the most perceptive observers of the English today comes a brilliantly insightful, mordantly funny account of their seemingly irrational embrace of nationalism. Learn More
Potions Are For Pushovers

by Tamara Berry; read by Sarah Zimmerman

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It may have been a ghost that led Eleanor Wilde to set up shop in a quaint English village. But now that she's established herself as the town witch, Ellie's contentedly casting spells on anyone desperate enough—or gullible enough—to request her mysterious potions . . . Learn More
Preventing Bullying in Schools

by Catherine P. Bradshaw & Tracy Evian Waasdorp; read by Coleen Marlo

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Coming soon . . . Learn More
Property Values

by Charles Demers; read by Charles Demers

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The worlds of urban gentrification, overpriced real estate, and gang violence collide in this wry and sardonic crime novel by author and comedian Charles Demers. Learn More
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